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37 or 38R needing a sportcoat

linux_pro

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That looks very nice, but I'm a 38R. The auctioneer states that it's a 37. Is it possible to have a tailor increase the chest? I would assume not. What a shame, because that is a very nice jacket.
 

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He does this in all his auctions. It's really not that hard to measure the chest of a jacket. I don't know why he refuses to provide that measurement.

What the hell are "Italian style sleeve buttonholes"?
 

Brian SD

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He does this in all his auctions. It's really not that hard to measure the chest of a jacket. I don't know why he refuses to provide that measurement.

What the hell are "Italian style sleeve buttonholes"?
functional, perhaps. I know functionality is relatively unrelated to it being Italian, but the rest of his auction seems pretty dumbed down.
 

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